The Republican presidential nominee’s campaign released a budget plan Wednesday that proposes cutting taxes on most construction equipment in the United States.
The proposal would eliminate a tax break for construction companies that employ people in the construction industry, as well as an excise tax on goods manufactured by those companies, according to a draft released by the Trump campaign.
The plan would also eliminate the Alternative Minimum Tax, or AMT, which is a tax that some businesses pay on the wages of some of their employees.
Trump has called the AMT a “job killer” that “hurts” small businesses.
“We’re going to make sure that the tax rate on the very wealthy is very, very low,” Trump said in February.
“If we have a really fair tax structure, which I’m sure we will, we’ll be able to make a very, really good deal.”
Trump has proposed a number of major tax cuts, including a $1.6 trillion infrastructure package and a $700 billion tax cut for businesses, according the New York Times.
Trump also said that he would make cuts to the military budget.
The tax plan will also include a $3.8 trillion infrastructure program that would create 5 million construction jobs over the next 10 years, according a report from the Brookings Institution.
The Trump campaign did not respond to a request for comment.